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Linnaeusparkweg 31 1098CP Amsterdam

Asking price € 1.600.000 

Year of construction
1903
Floor space
220 m²
Number of rooms
6
Lot size
113 m²

Description

Entire home in sought-after Watergraafsmeer with a charming facade and a deep garden with morning sun exposure. The property spans four levels and a total floor area of 220 square meters, encompassing a basement, beautiful raised ground-floor level, bright main floor and a quiet bedroom floor. With four bedrooms, a large semi-professional kitchen, tall and bright living room with a bay and two bedrooms and a bathroom on the top floor, this is a magnificent family home. Freehold property!

The home is on a broad, family-friendly, tree-lined street, nearby the fountain and Hogeweg. A prime location in immediate proximity to all main amenities. Park Frankendael is an ideal spot to unwind and is within easy walking distance of the property. The area is home to many reputable elementary schools.

Layout:
Entrance, foyer, corridor to the central staircase. The basement is comprised of a large bedroom at the front and a separate, rentable unit at the rear with a toilet, shower and French doors to the garden. Ideally suited as a B&B or to accommodate a live-in nanny.

The raised ground-floor level features a spacious and bright dining room with the original mantel and a well-equipped kitchen with French doors to the terrace, from where comfortable stairs lead down to the garden.

The main floor is expansive and features 3.11-meter ceilings and a bay with a view of the fountain. This level also includes a laundry room and a veranda that spans the full width of the house.

The top floor features two bedrooms, two bathroom and a lovely balcony at the front.

Garden:
Long garden with morning and afternoon sun exposure.

Location:
Situated in sought-after Watergraafsmeer, an area characterized by low-rise homes and green squares.
An extremely family-friendly neighborhood with several good schools and daycare facilities.

Close-by Jaap Edenbaan skating rink, soccer, hockey and track complexes. Around the corner from Hogeweg, with shops at Oostpoort and on Middenweg (including Albert Heijn, drugstores, bakeries and delis) and cafes and eateries (e.g. Bar Wisse, Coffee company, restaurants such as Frankendael , De Kas and café Cliche). Molukkenstraat, with a wide selection of shops and restaurants is mere minutes away by bicycle. Park Frankendael hosts an organic market on the first Sunday of each month.

Excellent connectivity by car via exit S113, and by public transportation via the bus stop across from the home for lines 40 and 240 and nearby train stations Science Park and Amstel Station.

Specifications:
- Entire building from 1900
- Long garden with morning and afternoon sun exposure
- Tall and bright spaces with countless original period details
- Freehold property
- Option for a B&B
- Extraordinary family home
- Requires remodeling/updating
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Features

Transfer

Entry date
2020-9-15
Status
available
Accepting (an offer or contract)
By mutual agreement

Construction

Type of house/apartment
Mansion
Construction type
Existing property
Year of construction
1903

Surface Area and Volume

Floor space
220 m²
Lot size
113 m²

Layout

Total number of rooms
6
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More information

MVA neighbourhood information: Middenmeer

Middenmeer is diverse: the northern part is from the 19th century, the middle part was built during the 1920-1940s and the southern part was realized during 1955 and 1960. Two shopping area can be found within this area. One consists of shops and can be found alongside the Middenweg and the other one is situated on the Christiaan Huygensplein. This neighbourhood is a loved residential area.

Linnaeusparkweg 31 1098CP Amsterdam

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